Hi all. Last time I wrote, I was heading off to see a specialist (rheumatologist) that was suppose to be more knowledgeable about APS. Although, my glyco beta 2 has been positive 3 times and my ACL was just positive borderline, he said that he could not diagnose APS since I have never had a major episode, he didn't feel that the numbers on the tests were high enough to warrant a diagnosis of APS. Here in Canada, the normal for ACL is under 49, and I was 49.9. The glyco beta 2 test must be lower than 18 and mine are over 35. I still cannot work. I have all the symptoms and they are very disabling. I now walk with a cane due to balance issues, I can no longer drive because of the brain fog, and the headaches are constant. My brain waves now show epileptic activities. The specialist did not say that I didn't have APS, just that he wasn't comfortable diagnosing me with it. Not sure how much more energy I can put into getting concrete answers.
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